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of the population. harris: that radical imam was kicked out of the united states, and now we find out that this shooter at fort hood had communication with him. what was going on between them? >> what we know is that there were between 10 and 20 e-mails cent between major nidal malik hasan and the imam in yemen. what we do not know is if he responded. the major issue is how was it that someone in the military who was trying to contact someone over there who supported the war against the western military, why it was not kicked upstairs. one question that people are asking today is that anyone investigate? no one at this time is stepping forward to say that he was contacted. that is going to be the question. was there a failure to confront? was that failure within leadership or the intelligence community to understand the significance of the attempted contact between nidal malik hasan and the imam in yemen. harris: a barely many classmates remember nidal malik hasan on these presentations that he would do back in medical school. you have heard about one of his powerful and presentations
the time, and that does not necessarily happen easily for business in the united states in my experience. >> in the current economic climate, structured networking is crucial. >> the headhunter route does not work. you need to network. you need to talk to more people. >> and you need to hone your elevator speech, the 30 seconds or so you have to spark some was interested in you. >> my elevator speech? i have been in asia for 17 years. >> i'm australian, and i graduated in journalism and business last year. >> and a positive element manager. >> i.t. is our core competency. >> i have been in public relations for 12 years, and i'm really looking to go back into the industry. >> so they have adjusted their expectations and tactics, but they have not given up hope that the right job is out there. martha: they are polishing their elevator speech skills, something we should probably all do. thank you very much. trace: families everywhere are planning thanksgiving, but things may be a little tricky in the palin house this year. here is what she had to say during an interview with oprah. >> one f
of care in united states. we do not need to see it sacrifice. martha: thank you. always good to have you here. trace: president obama is in china right now meeting today with his chinese counterpart, but it the world or the united states, rather, is the world's largest economy, why are we so much in debt and so dependent on china? and it has been a slang word for years, and as of today, it is officially in the dictionary. the internet term crown word of the year. pothole:h no...your tire's all flat and junk. oh, did i do that? here, let me get my cellular out - call ya a wrecker. ...oh shoot...i got no phone ...cuz i'm a pothole...so....k, bye! anncr: accidents are bad. anncr: but geico's good. with emergency road service. ding! trace: 43 minutes past the hour. we have new information and new pictures of a breaking story out of an arctic air. 100 tourist, scientist and journalists now on board a ship that a stock in the eyes. the foreign desk working very closely with our international affiliate's to gather details. they are telling us it is a russian vessel, and icebreaker rebuild as a
one colombian field general from this group. this is good for the united states. two signed an agreement just recently. anything that can bring the two cultures together will be a good move. one woman told me pushups were the hardest. corey pavin scored, the men have to do 68 pushups. the women have to do 48. that is tough for anyone in two minutes' time. juliet: why the change? >> i think part of the reason is they feel they are behind the times here in columbia. other nations already have women. just a few years ago, there were fewer than 25 women in the entire colombian military. they feel it is time to move into the 21st century and bring women into the military forces alongside men. juliet: how are their fellow soldiers feeling? >> i think that would be the toughest part. one woman said it was bliley. she said it was not the pushups. she said it was the men. juliet: they can take a look at believed strongly in casting a vote. abdallah i'm tellin decided he did not want to put his people through that again. by the way, this also serves as interest because parliamentary e
, that we should bring the prisoners back to a military prison in the united states. they should be tried by military commission and every case to be appealed to the federal civilian system. i believe in transparency, to tell the world that no one is being held without to process, that every detainee will have their day in federal court, but we have to realize we are at war and balance the rights for the detainee against the national security interests of this country. trace: senator graham is a pretty blond guy when it comes to this criticism. >> he says it helps al qaeda recruit and has tremendous propaganda value, but some or all of the 9/11 conspirators may end up in federal court. the senator is taking a stand. >> let me just say, the president, quite frankly, has screwed this up. he announced on the first day of his being inaugurated he is going to close guantanamo bay, and he did not do the hard stuff, and i have been talking with him for months. most americans are worried about what you do with these people. >> the senator says he has yet to see a comprehensive plan from the admin
4362 united states troops have been killed in operation iraqi freedom. 16,000 single mothers were serving in iraq and afghanistan at the end of 2006. the average age of u.s. troops in iraq is 26. accordingly that was also the average age for u.s. casualties. molly is live at a u.s. military base in eastern baghdad. >> i am not far from soder city, this is one of the few places you will still find american troops inside of the city after the 30th. they are still getting used to their new advisory non-combat role. >> today's mission for charlie company is providing protection for a civil affairs team working with local businesses. the soldiers will mussy gunfire, it is not even a regular patrol. >> it is more of being a security element. >> iraqi army is in charge of basic security. charlie company spends more time on the base. they are down from two missions for day to one. their lives are in real danger -- not in real danger as much. the soldiers battled boredom with video games and workouts. >> off when you are working you wish that you had more time. either way you will find you
to a military commission, but if they happen to execute an attack in the united states, though none of those five men ever set foot in united states to bring about that attack, they end up in federal court. it is not a meaningful distinction from a jurisprudential standpoint, and it is not a helpful set of criteria in determining where our society's interest is. >> he is referring to the suspect i uss cole. they will now be prosecuted in the military court. as with noted that that is one of the three detainees who was water board. trace: is the logic consistent? >> to answer that question, it is worth looking at the case that is not well known, but the suspect is now being tried in the military commission, it is one of the five cases announced a week ago. he is accused of running the training camp in afghanistan, and among its graduates are at least two of the 9/11 hijackers and possibly a third, the ringleader. also, the shoe bomber, and the conspirator of the 1993 world trade center attack. so that is the question -- is a crime is that going to federal court, how is it that the detainees w
in the united states and the the trial should get of so far as tosme -- that they are not trying to criminalize 9/11 but treat it as the first major act in this country of the war on terror. >> if there was one major moment it was an interaction between one of the senior republicans, lindsey graham and the attorney general, graham asked specifically if this administration picked up osama bin laden tomorrow would they mirror ran dies him, read him his rights and treat him like a common criminal >> when does custodial interrogation begin in this case. if we captured osama bin laden would he be entitled to miranda warnings at the time of capture? >> well, it aum depends. >> well, it does not tend to our launch s clear because the moment custodial interrogation occurs, the defendant, the criminal defendant is entitled to a lawyer and to be informed of their right to remain silent. the big problem i have is that you're criminalizing the war. martha: i gather out of context that lindsay graham was not to comment publicly until he met with the president and seems clear he supports military commission
to our soldiers. the added benefit of course is having the president of the united states here and all that represents to the fourth code -- fort hood community. >> [inaudible] >> i hope so. [laughter] obviously, we are creating a venue that will be some of private -- somewhat private. we've got to get as many people here as we can from fort hood. again, i do not know the impact on the population, but that is why we are inviting everyone and where we are creating this than you -- venue. >> [inaudible] >> it is a security measure, as well as privacy. >> [inaudible] >> it is very standard. it will start with a prologue, essentially start with some prayers. there will be some speakers, some bible versus, a short sermon, and then it will conclude with music and the traditional roll call of the names of the dead end the 21-gun salute. >> [inaudible] >> right now we believe he will attend. >> [inaudible] >> it could be. the target population i am concerned about, of course, the people directly affected by this incident, and their family members. it is also their friends and family. we think
was trained by the united states to be in a position he was in. it is a sad situation we are learning. >> two things to add on that. local media reporting that in the neighborhood where he lives, at his apartment before he came to the post yesterday, he was giving furniture away to neighbors. he was also giving away, k to theoran -- also giving away copies of the koran. also, this guy is in the hospital on a ventilator, and investors -- investigators have not been able to ask him his questions, and with four gunshot wounds, we do not know how long it will take to revive him. we had more than 30 people injured overnight last night, and one of the injuries turned so bad that we added it to our total of deaths. martha: just to correct it, we know that the shooting happened in to local area that was just outside of this graduation area. we're talking we should go out to the army secretary and chief of staff. i'm not sure if this is in speaking right now. if you guys could fill me in. >> had the chance to go to the processing center, received a full break from a variety of law enforcement agencies
meltdown -- things may be somewhat stabilizing. united states financial institutions do not have that much exposure to dubai, juliet. juliet: we will be to discuss this later on as well -- we will be discussing this later on as well. thanks. kelly: a wildlife ranger finds himself in desperate need of help. and nasa crocodile called jaws -- a massive croc called jaws chasing him. his teeth snapping. he slips on the grass and covers his putting, and at that moment, a colleague rushes in and wax -- whacks jaws on the head. listen to him describing the moment. >> spun out, and that is where jaws is creeping up, and as johnson swung around, dak was getting up on his feet, and that is when i came to save the day. kelly: he has a reputation for testing the skills of junior crocodile rangers. juliet: an emotional and difficult time for a lot of families this thanksgiving holiday. it is all about saying goodbye. how they are dealing with their loved ones heading overseas to iraq and afghanistan. one state house laying down a lot on holiday decorations. we will explain why coming up. kelly: christma
than any other region in the united states for two reasons -- number 1, location, location, location. we are right by the federal government. we have a very strong sector in contractors, and we also have a strong sector in business to business companies. >> there is a trend in government spending that particularly concerns you, you were discussing with me before. tell us about that. >> that is in sourcing on the part of the federal government. president obama has a directive that basically says that we need to take the functions presently being done by federal contractors, by the private sector, and turn more of those back into federal employees and federal government functions, and i think that is a big mistake. >> the government put a man on the moon. why is that a mistake? >> it put a man on the moon by a heckuva lot of federal contractors, private-sector companies participating in its public/private partnerships. if we turn all or many of those functions back into the federal government, we will lose a lot of innovation and a lot of cutting edge technology. i have never yet seen
the president of the united states. in addition, up to 30 people, including the white house chief of staff. juliet: ron kessler, thank you. kelly: the question is, did the couple break the law, and if so, much of their punishment be? let's bring in our legal panel. thank you for joining us this afternoon. it was like a tongue in cheek laughter, but as ron pointed out, this is a serious issue. they could have done anything. fortunately is not -- is not that way, but are they punishable by law? >> absolutely. this is not the first time someone has tried to crash the white house. typically we see someone trying to jump the gate. we recall in the clinton administration, and individual dumped over the fence because he supposedly wanted to me chesley clinton. he wound up doing 150 days in jail. as a matter of fundamental fairness, you cannot have two matters of standards. you have to treat them equally. >> this is very different. we have a couple here who made an audacious move, to say the least. but they entered the white house, gave their names -- that is what we are hearing -- they were escor
doing for two hundred years to try people love taking up arms against the united states. the people at gitmo are not accused of robbing a liquor store. they are accused of taking up arms against the country. trace: we are talking about the process of discovery where you have to turn over all the evidence. you say the president screwed this up. we have reaction from the white house. your reaction to that comment, sir? >> they are ready to be tried right now. we have a core role at guantanamo bay that is probably the best courtroom in the world from a security point of view. my challenge to the administration is -- we have reformed the military commission. embrace using them. tell us what your plan is. where are we going to put these detainees? how are we going to try them? what constitutional rights are we going to give them? the residencesrecidivism rate ig up. these people are not common criminals. what are we going to do that if we bring them to america? that has been missing. they told us on his birthday that we were going to close -- he told us on his first day that he was going
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